Science Magazine's Twitter Profile Analysis @sciencemagazine on Twitter

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As boreal forests recover from severe wildfire events, which release long-stored carbon, shifts in their tree species makeup can offset this carbon loss, a new Science study finds. ($) https://t.co/bSjgytX3Zr #ScienceResearch https://t.co/zPdZMHPiCI
22 Apr, 2021 - 09:00 AM UTC
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The inherited X-linked early-onset childhood epilepsy, called EFMR, has baffled clinicians and geneticists for more than 50 years. Now, new research in Science provides answers to two pieces of the EFMR puzzle: ($) https://t.co/XZ6W3FGmZz #Neuroscience #SciencePerspective https://t.co/rsKW1L4EVL
22 Apr, 2021 - 07:30 AM UTC
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When combining checkpoint blockade #cancer #immunotherapy and radiation therapy, order matters. A new @SciImmunology study in mice reveals that applying radiation before checkpoint blockade may induce stronger antitumor responses than the reverse order: https://t.co/dafbubCOiZ https://t.co/4vOakP7Ciu
22 Apr, 2021 - 06:00 AM UTC
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"I was hesitant to share my thoughts or experiences...But seeing people from across academia retweeting me and agreeing with my point shifted my mindset. Maybe I do have something to offer." https://t.co/RaMa6QGIYE #ScienceWorkingLife
22 Apr, 2021 - 04:30 AM UTC
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A new #PETImaging agent that localizes #Enterobacterales infections in patients could allow researchers to better distinguish infections from other conditions and evaluate responses to antibiotics. Read more from @ScienceTM: ($) https://t.co/G65NONWlu4 https://t.co/JHyRyaJZBb
22 Apr, 2021 - 03:00 AM UTC
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In a new #ScienceReview, researchers shed light on some of the materials challenges for five platforms for quantum computers and propose directions for their solution. ($) https://t.co/3nuHURpqGJ https://t.co/GZYDGjHAvx
22 Apr, 2021 - 01:30 AM UTC
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New #hydrogels use mussel-inspired adhesion to switch stickiness on and off. #Robots with these hydrogels pasted to their "feet" could climb upward on completely vertical and inverted surfaces. Learn more from @SciRobotics: https://t.co/ypBGkh3WAU https://t.co/4Z6vra2wjU
21 Apr, 2021 - 09:00 PM UTC
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By targeting a receptor in the brains of mice, researchers in @ScienceTM have successfully altered feeding and anxiety-like behaviors linked to anorexia. Read more: https://t.co/U9W01KtHo1 https://t.co/vCcUYQ0mr6
21 Apr, 2021 - 07:30 PM UTC
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A new book maps out a sweeping view of #ArtificialIntelligence, unpacking the power and perils of the technology. đź“• Read the review from @SciMagBooks: https://t.co/4puHokcZgK
21 Apr, 2021 - 06:00 PM UTC
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Researchers have developed a tool, tested in rodents, that can record from the same neurons in a freely behaving animal for weeks and months. Read more about NeuroPixels 2.0 in Science: ($) https://t.co/b38AA7yezM https://t.co/Z6izyMRWrh
21 Apr, 2021 - 04:30 PM UTC
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Scientists in @SciImmunology have identified key differences in both antibody and B cell responses to mRNA #vaccines based on prior #SARSCoV2 exposure. Read more: https://t.co/MBOk3Efe0B #COVID19
21 Apr, 2021 - 03:00 PM UTC
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Studying mammals from the last 21 million years on the Iberian Peninsula, a new Science study adds to a growing body of evidence that community structure is fundamentally important to ecosystem persistence. ($) https://t.co/HFniumqQ3p #SciencePerspective #Paleoecology https://t.co/HJjJfsBvLw
21 Apr, 2021 - 01:30 PM UTC
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On the @SciMagBooks blog, a new book breaks down ideological polarization, misinformation, and the impact that other people’s content has on our social media experience. https://t.co/oLr7EFzjtt
21 Apr, 2021 - 09:00 AM UTC
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In mining the gut microbiomes of ~180 animal species, researchers discovered more than 1000 previously undescribed bacterial species. Learn more ($) ⬇ #ScienceResearch: https://t.co/gHP6T7uzv2 #SciencePerspective: https://t.co/y8zx92M92S https://t.co/ycHNmTWu7J
21 Apr, 2021 - 07:30 AM UTC
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A widely-used metric may substantially overestimate the pollution levels in natural waters, according to a new multi-country survey. @ScienceAdvances https://t.co/8TUz8Q1Djg https://t.co/ICkRI6E9JF
21 Apr, 2021 - 06:00 AM UTC

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Don't miss this week's new issue of Science Translational Medicine! https://t.co/djn8Usas4I https://t.co/TJ2ezgGx4k
21 Apr, 2021 - 07:50 PM UTC
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Chronic stress affects survival in wild female baboons, a potential tool to combat plastic waste, and how swing voters and shifts in voter turnout altered the 2020 electoral map. These, and other stories, out now in Science Advances: https://t.co/RQNbSBvEvJ https://t.co/t8v5amOked
21 Apr, 2021 - 06:00 PM UTC
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The spleen doesn’t act alone in systemic inflammation, and how a bioactive lipid controls the movement and adhesion of endothelial cells in this week’s new issue of Science Signaling. https://t.co/9IbfoPQkRq https://t.co/whq0Ch5yw5
20 Apr, 2021 - 06:30 PM UTC
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"We can now say that human beings have flown a rotorcraft on another planet." https://t.co/klqEmXOdqz
19 Apr, 2021 - 12:15 PM UTC
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Two specific histamine receptors may play an important role in the way the human body responds to exercise, according to a new study that could inform the development of exercise-based therapies. https://t.co/Fj4fAxm1GO https://t.co/AocRQDqlnd
17 Apr, 2021 - 06:15 PM UTC
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Could a “pancoronavirus” vaccine protect us against another pandemic? There is optimism, despite the many unknowns. https://t.co/zzF87sRSqN #LongReads
15 Apr, 2021 - 06:30 PM UTC
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Don't miss this week's new issue of Science Translational Medicine! https://t.co/djn8Usas4I https://t.co/5s7d02RYyp
14 Apr, 2021 - 08:36 PM UTC
Science Robotics
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Check out the new April cover of Science Robotics! In this issue, read about morphable two-in-one wheels, building a variety of 3D robots out of plastic sheets, and more to come: https://t.co/wgJSGr0JzX https://t.co/CiIc2TTrVX
14 Apr, 2021 - 12:59 PM UTC
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Don’t miss this week’s new issue of Science Signaling! Research helps answer a long-standing controversy about mTORC2 and kinase signaling, and scopes out a new molecular player in cellular antiviral responses. https://t.co/ZutSrAbVCv https://t.co/bugS2TjQY6
13 Apr, 2021 - 08:08 PM UTC
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In chemistry, atom-mapping is a laborious task. But a new method has proved a remarkably fast and accurate alternative and may provide the missing link between data-driven and rule-based approaches for many chemical reaction tasks. https://t.co/4FGaLgcwo1
13 Apr, 2021 - 07:00 PM UTC
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To build tiny #robots, you need tiny robot-building tools. A new platform built by @PolytechBXL, @ULBruxelles scientists demonstrates how the water’s surface can act as an effective assembly stage for #microrobots: https://t.co/JbQ2OwJpcg https://t.co/FzKaD8DsnL
13 Apr, 2021 - 01:30 PM UTC
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A potential chink in physicists’ understanding of fundamental particles and forces now looks more real. https://t.co/3sBrmiouNL
07 Apr, 2021 - 03:08 PM UTC
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Humans are not the only primate to take in motherless offspring. https://t.co/fnatcI1MXf
05 Apr, 2021 - 03:30 PM UTC
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The new April issue of #Science #Immunology is out! This week, learn all about dendritic cells (in red, below), as two separate studies clarify what regulates their differentiation and how they recognize viruses. More to come: https://t.co/686yNTLxqG https://t.co/N7CxsHkCjR
05 Apr, 2021 - 01:50 PM UTC